23 February 2024
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Paisley Housing Association – nurturing the neighbourhoods

by on 20 December 2022 0
From renovations to gala days, Paisley Housing Association does it all. Now they, and their five collaborating organisations, are giving you a chance to get involved. For most people, housing associations are like gravity in the sense that you know they’re there, but you don’t necessarily understand the finer details of how they work.... Read More

Disability Resource Centre Renfrewshire

by on 13 December 2022 0
Over three decades into its existence, we take a look at the crucial work of The Disability Resource Centre as it reopens its doors. How long has the DRC been a service in Renfrewshire? The Disability Resource Centre has been offering a service to people with long-term conditions, physical or sensory impairments for over... Read More

Behind the doors of Kairos Women+

by on 12 August 2021 0
After obtaining registered charity status, Emmagayle Harper details how this community-led women’s space for all women and non-binary people across Renfrewshire and beyond is bringing people together in safe and inclusive ways. When lockdown hit in March 2020, everyone was in a state of shock as the country abruptly came to an almost complete... Read More

Culture and Me: Provost Lorraine Cameron

by on 5 August 2021 0
In the first of a series of online exclusive pieces that places the microscope on Renfrewshire locals and their relationship to the notion of culture in their own lives, Provost Lorraine Cameron talks ingenuity in adversity, her inalienable love for the area and how her formative years placed her on the path that she... Read More

An Ode To Ferguslie

by on 12 May 2021 0
The Ferguslie Tourist By Kevin Muirhead Am a Paisley boy born and bred, Tae a faimly of Fegs with the name Muirhead, They hailed fae a street called Logan Drive, Tae the outsider I suppose it was a bit ae a dive, But embedded within it was a deep burning pride, Filled with people... Read More

Ferguslie: Rising Up – the power of a community

by on 25 January 2021 2
No longer willing to abide by its outdated reputation, Ferguslie Park has become a microcosm of how to improve a local community. Now, Darkwood Crew’s Terry McTernan is here to take you through their self-determined path to prosperity. Once referred to as the “biggest cul-de-sac in Western Europe” by the European Parliament, Ferguslie Park... Read More